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elected come november 6th. in new mexico former county commissioner michelle lujan english ham is the favorite -- grisham is the favorite candidate. and we also expect two new faces from texas. in cd 20, joaquin castro will most likely win the seat currently being held by charlie gonzalez, and in a new district created by reapportionment, vega has excellent opportunities of winning cd 34. texas was a big winner in reapportionment where it picked up four new congressional seats. however, of those four new seats, it appears only one will be held by a latino member of congress. there also are opportunities for latino candidates in competitive districts that are nonlatino majority district cans. three of these are also in california. former lieutenant governor pulled mad doe, a republican, is facing the incumbent, lois capps. this, again, is a completely redrawn district from what lois capps has currently held, and it is a very competitive district, and it's one where the former lieutenant governor has a strong opportunity to the defeat lois capps, and that's a district that's bein
would like to invite to the stage the honorable from mexico mr. corona . [applause] >> jenny florez is the director -- i'm sorry. would you join us at the stage. [applause] jenny is a community development director of city northern california. she is responsible for the community development, investment in the community -- community redevelopment act program and making sure that under served communities in the marketplace have access to financial services and products. prior to her position with citi she served with the congress of california seniors a state wide nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting low income families on the issues of health care, affordable housing, transportation and consumer protection. please give a round of applause to jenny. [applause] our next honoree in the field of business is jammy man maldanado from the mission district. >> jiemy was born in san francisco in the late 60's and living in the mission and defined yourself by chicana, latino or mexican. his father founded the bakery and he took over in 1992 after graduating from san francisco sta
pero al volver, take vo ---los residentes de un municipio en mexico conforman grupos armados para enfrentar al crimen organizado take sot segment ends blanca ---en mexico, los residentes el veredicto esta claro: todos los periódicos principales se oponen a la proposición 32... incluso la opinión: diciendo que la proposición 32 es "parcial, desbalanceada, y diseñada para favorecer a las corporaciones" por encima de las familias trabajadoras. les da más poder a las compañías petroleras y los súper pacs... mientras nuestras escuelas locales y la seguridad publica pagan el precio. así que vote no a la proposición 32. es injusta. decidieron conformar grupos armados de autodefensa para segun ellos, enfrentar las amenazas del cartel de los caballeros templarios.. cesar ---raul torres nos amplia.. take pkg michoacán, méxico fausto vallejo gobernador de michoacán raúl torres ciudad de méxico armando ballinas consejo estatal de seguridad blanca ---ahora nos enlazamos con irene sans quien nos tiene el pronostico del tiempo para los proximos dias. cesar ---adelante irene.. rol
... y son protegidas bajo la ley... "el gobierno de mexico tiene un programa especial de asistencia a estas mujeres que han pasado por una etapa dificil, es un apoyo asistencial, se les ayuda a ubicarse en alberges, en sitios donde ellas puedan salir la situacion de crisis" estas camisetas seran expuestas en una actividad especial en la esplanada nacional el proximo 29 de octubre a partir del mediodia.. muchas gracias mario y maria rosa... buenas tardes a todos en casa. como saben, hemos tenido un dia bastante soleado pero vamos a echarle un vistazo a las condiciones actuales en la ciudad capital. contamos con una temperatura en los 74 grados, esperamos un incremento en la nubositad pero en terminos generales tenemos cielos despejados con viento en calma entrando por el sur a 6 millas por hora. en cuanto a las condiciones actuales a nivel regional, contamos con maximas en los 77 grados y minimas en los 68. para esta noche, esperamos que la temperatura baje a 68 grados, el cielo estara mayormente nublado con viento en calma a 5 millas por hora. poca probabilidad de lluvia. para manan
carolina del norte, donde será crucial el voto hispano. >>> nos vamos a mexico donde desbarataron a una banda que mataba a taxista. >>> varios cadaveres de taxistas se encontraro naya. >>> en los ultimos 2 meses,. >>> anda mucha gente eh. >>> y como se justifica el entierro del cuerpo?. >>> solo en la noche porque en el día anda mucha gnte. >>> el maestro de la obra quien es señalado como el líder de la banda. >>> ellos abordaban como cualquier pasajero, lo llevaban a una zona boscoza y los mataban a l volante. >>> ahí en el camionero, ahí los estaban asaltando, ya me habían dicho que 2 personas se llevaban a los taxista. >>> a sus familiares les exigian un rescate a sus familiares entre los 20mil dolares y los nmil dolares, tambien indendiaban el vehiculo para ocutlar las pruebas. >>> este lugar fue resguardado por los peritos yestan en proceso de identificacion de los cadaveres. >>> para hacer pruebas geneticas, para reconocer el cuerpo de líder narcotraficantem, los resutlados podrían estar dentro de 2 semanas. >>> controversia en perú por el ex presidente que dirije una cam
. that is just my theory. host: robert is joining us from new mexico. good evening to you. caller: i am calling to say that my name is robert from santa fe, new mexico. i am going to be an obama supporter. i will tell you the reason why -- obama has his act together. he knows what he is doing. i have had my son in iraq, afghanistan, and egypt. romney does not know anything about what is going on in foreign countries really. i do know this from many other nationalities, that romney has a very large amount of property in mexico that he owns that he has people working there, stuff like that. but obama is going to be the best present that we have ever had. he did good, supported our troops, supported the veterans. he has not spoken anything about veterans whatsoever. as a member of the under guard, i am going to say this. obama has worked for the veterans. host: john has this on our twitter page. another moment from the debate on the so-called apology tour as governor romney brought up, aimed at the president. >> we are four years closer to a nuclear iran. we are four years closer to a nuclear iran
moll i was interested to see as well here is what they didn't mention, they didn't mention mexico and the drug crisis there, the drug wars going on and the euro crisis or anything going on in europe, they didn't mention india where probably a lot of, a lot more american jobs are being outsourced there than many other places and mentioned no sub saharan country in africa and didn't mention korea, north korea has a program and sanction that ised are up in the air storks much time was spent on israel, secondarily, some time spent on afghanistan and so much time talking about nation building at home that the pivot almost obscured the rest of the debate for long, long stretches, it was remarkable in that way. i know you can't talk about everything and every debate, but some of the things that didn't get talk about were kind of noticeable. >> rose: what did you think -- >> can i echo that? >> quickly. >> i think particularly mexico and europe, because these are domestic issues, these are affecting the -- europe is affecting our economy like nobody's business, and mexico if you live in t
upon a time new mexico, but no more. they are becoming swing states, really contested. this coming week, both the president and romney are going to nevada. only six electoral votes, but it has become a really contested state. the west is what the midwest used to be, to some extent. it is a very divided part of the country. the west used to be not so much. there was a point in this campaign were the obama people were putting people in arizona and testing whether they could put arizona in play. they decided in the end that they could not or it was not worth the investment. there are people who argue, which is not wacky to say, that at some point texas will become a democratic state. >> with regard to nevada and colorado, what is happening that is putting them in play? >> is all demographic. a big part of it is the latino vote. states are going to be more and more democratic. it is a slow move. it has gone from republican to in play. they are heading democratic. tavis: does romney have a shot at getting a significant portion of the latino vote? >> bush 43 got 45% in the exit polls. i think
, anything about mexico or really latin america, about africa, about climate change, about japan. more broadly about asia. they talked about china but asia is getting in some ways, quote unquote, interesting again. in some ways it reminds me of europe of a century ago where a lot of countries are begin to go get more atiff in their foreign policies. you don't have the regional institutions. you don't yet have the reconciliation of past frictions. mhunch is the new president will not have to deal simply with all the obvious challenges of the greater middle east we have come to know. my hunch is they're going to have to deal with all the problems of asian pacific as well as the lingering challenge of the euro zone problem. it will be a full foreign policy in-box for whoever is elected. >> woodruff: fascinating. i don't think much more we're going to hear about foreign policy between now and the election. we did hear about it last night. thank you both for sharing your thoughts with us this evening. thank you both. >> thank you. >> woodruff: and we have other views online. gideon rose, ed
focusing on the company's oil leases in the gulf of mexico. as they increasingly go toe-to- e with u.s. companies around the world, chinese state-ownede companies present a crucial challenge to u.s. policy makers. >> and that's creating pressure not only politically, but also pressure from the business community saying "how are we, a private company, going to compete with the largeness and power and the funding of a entire government?" >> reporter: in the last three months chinescompanies invested $3 billion in thei united states, and a report the rhodium group predicts the dealmaking will soon expand beyond energy, into servicesor like entertainment, hotels and finance. darren gersh, "n.b.r.", washington. >> susie: on wall street today, investors were hesitant to buy stocks ahead of tonight's big presidential debate. they were also pre-occupied with that flood of earnings we told you about earlier. and, asuzanne reported, revenues are the key worry for investors, and a big theme of tonight's "market focus." after the close, texasd, instruments reported a decline in revenues, due to
de taxistas en mexico.votantes en california decidiran acerca de controversial ley.abogado indocumentado podria ejercer en nueva york. autoridades mexicanas arrestaron a dos integrantes de una banda acusada de asesinar a por lo menos 5 taxistas. los cadaveres de 4 de ellos fueron encontrados.la llamada "ley de los tres strikes" sera sometida a votacion en california. permite condenar a cadena perpetua a una persona que ha cometido 3 delitos menores. por primera vez un inmigrante indocumentado solicitara la licencia de abogado en nueva york. cesar vargas dialogo con univision. mas en la edicion nocturna de noticiero univision. >> la madre naturaleza azota con lluvias y severas tormentas. >> así es, iniciamos esta semana de trabajo con mucha acción, pues el tiempo nos traiciona y temperaturas en el rango de los 50°, actividad de fuertes precipitaciones, pero fuera de eso, tenemos otra fuerte área y actividades de precipitaciones, todo el sur este con precipitaciones, así se mueve el patrón, tenemos bajas temperaturas y hasta la parte central de california, pero
in mexico and worked as a mechanic fixing the farm equipment in the central valley. some of my childhood memory ss watching laborers work for little or no compensation at a young age based on what i witnessed i developed a understanding of economic injustice. growing up in the 60s my life experience has shaped my activism and my desire to promote meaningful change for my community. in 1982 i moved to the bay area and began taking classes at san francisco state university. eventually i finished at the california institute of integral studys. i worked for a number of stockbrokerages in the financial district, and my professional career, and at night, i got more and more engaged in the local activist community advocating for various issues important to me including igbtq and tenant right issues. in 1982 my life was changed forever when my mother was involved in a serious car accident. for the next seven years, her care became my priority. upon her death, i quit my job and became a community organizer at the commission agenda. there, i fought for the rights of low income tenants and immigran
for a while white house not care, when about an energy platform to create the united states, canada, mexico, brazil, colombia, and it could displace the middle east as largest source of energy on the planet for years. neil: you say that mitt romney has to come up with bigger ideas, not just a critique? his vision. >> i think tonight is an opportunity to say it in front of a broad audience, he has been talking about trade in latin america since early days of campaign, tonight i think that issue will get a lot of coverage, a great opportunity for mitt romney to talk about what he has been talking about from the beginning, big idea about foreign policy and in. neil: let's talk about your state, florida, polls show, governor has a slight lead, depending on the reading, but he is scoring surprisingly well with latinos that is divergent from polls in other states where his ticket is surging but still 65, 35, what do you make of that? >> florida has many hispanic voters who may be registered to one party or the other but vote for the best candidate and have been hurt by this economy and the downtu
retired. i have lived for my job, going to mexico in my lifetime. i took early retirement, due to that. so it is not this matter that the last four years has done this. it is been a quite a few years that has done this. ohio is definitely a republican state. i am old enough to know. i have lived through a lot of elections. i worked on the election board. i have done the whole thing for my party. and president obama -- he speaks to you. he tells you the facts. he tells you like it is. if you do not like it, that is another story. he does not jump from one thing to another and a change his mind. and i am very fearful if governor romney gets in the, that we are in big trouble. host: he said ohio is a republican state, but president obama won it pretty decisively quarter years ago. caller: yes. i was surprised. i have a friend was 96 years old. very strong republican. and you ought to talk to her today. she comes from a foreign country. we do of the honda plant, too. and that is china. but they sure have a lot of jobs here. those people are working. now you must remember, president obama when
industrial states and also in mexico and other states including the wisconsin, ohio. if they stay in his column he will have to 770 electoral votes. just seven from the minimum for reelection. he will have-270 electoral votes. however, mitt romney is forced to have won 93. prime states are also virginia, north carolina, florida. mitt romney is poised to have one o93193 electoral votes. what are these candid this mitt romney looking at 193 electoral votes. >> and mitt romney is going to be attacking and it could be perceived as weak and out of control. he has to avoid that big gap and some people think that he is starting to portray himself as an unpleasant persona. >> this foreign-policy debate but it is there any way that they could stay on foreign policy issue? >> if president obama does not want to stay on foreign policy but both candidates would like to revert back to foreign policy in the middle. with the economic message and all abominates to find the economic message. >> you were saying earlier that people do not really a vote on foreign policy issue? >> that is not what really pe
barons from mexico and india. once deputy editor of the globe and mail in canada and the correspondent for the financial times and the economists she is now the editor of thompson reuters digital. we're joined by matt taibbi who has made the magazi roing one a goo souce f understanding the financial scandals in rural america. who can forget his 2009 article on the great american bubble machine. which describes goldman sachs as a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity relentlessly so jabbing its blood funnel into anything that smells like money. welcome to you both. income inuality hasoared to t higst level since the great depression. with the top 1% taking 93% of the income earned in the first year after the recovery. the first full year after the recovery. why are the two candidates not talking about inequality growing at breakneck speed? >> you know, i think because it is still a taboo in american political life. and in american cultural life. one of the economists i talked to who works for the world bank, and he said to me, you know, and he's a specialist in income
, did harry reid just show that -- i guess my question is, is nevada the next new mexico where four years from now we won't even have it on the initial battleground map? it will essentially get a couple visits early from a republican and then it's just a lock for whoef the democratic nominee is? >> i'm not sure about that. i don't want to take it off the battleground status. >> i know you don't. >> but i think the points you're making is right. there might be a microcosm with republican party with the burgeoning hispanic population. the republicans need to find a way to talk to the hispanic community. they cannot sustain 30 and 40-point losses in that community in nevada and hope to ever win nevada again. we'll see what happens but early numbers here looks like the hispanic vote is turning out. the culinary union, biggest union, most of the gaming employees are represented, huge hispanic population. they're turning out to vote. it's very difficult tore me to make the argument that nevada is going to be a battleground state again in four years. but i may try anyway. >> i've had repub
on what happens here. that wasn't discussed. as you said issues with mexico, the drug trade. they become more about sort of each of the two candidates' agendas going in, consultants pivot to the economy make the debate about this and the moderator that has a narrow set of issues they want to cover and so much of the rest of what matters to voters at the end of the day don't get covered. the debate was limited in. >> governor, did you think when they did talk about domestic affairs, the auto bailout and some bit of gas prices and so forth, that resonated with the american public osh just campaign -- >> i think a little more so, although again, governor romney has consistently in these debates shown a wanton disregard for the facts. he said his plan was a managed bankruptcy and that he did favor some form of government aid. he talked about loan guarantees. guarantees are only valuable if someone's willing to loan you the money. >> right. >> and the point of it is and where president obama saved the auto industry nobody was willing to loan them the money or to invest, not bain capital not a
unmannned drones over canada and mexico, the nine states, determining who was going to live and who is going to die? in the process, killing hundreds, if not thousands? innocent men, women, and children. it is an outrage. our national security is at risk long-term because of the hostility and hatred that we're generating throughout that part of the world. we have got to turn this around. and we, the american people, can do it. >> absolutely. this is a failed policy from the get go. not only failed in its impact, but has failed from its very conception. as the human rights had for the united nations navi pillay points out that with arms flowing into both sides in syria, you really have a catastrophe in the making. we need to stop the flow of the arms. in fact, the united states and the obama government undermined an international treaty that would have begun to slow down the international flow of arms. so the american role here has actually been to throw gasoline on the fires of virtually every ethnic religious and national conflict around the middle east through its militaristic export of ar
tech outshoressed jobs to korea, to south korea, and also to mexico, and i believe we want to be making things here in america-not outsourcing jobs. we want to employ folks here in our country and not elsewhere, and so the picture is one that came from the coors tech web site about their facility in south korea, and there has been -- i know that joe has complained about it, but just from their own investor statements, our facility in korea, quote, allows us to manufacture low-cost product in asia for our u.s. customers and in order to enhance profits the company is transferring certain labor intensative, high volume component manufacturing to sore sew know a, mexico, and finallily his brother said we're pleased with our record third quarter, we're benefiting from the outsourcing trend. so these are statements being made to his investors, and i believe if we make things here in america, we should be encouraging things like the production tax credit, the wind, energy production tax credit, which then brings manufacturers to america and to our area. >> short answer. tell me why you object
a small small stream and put them back in the gulf of mexico. that is a small business and it is affiliated to the larger parent company. >> moderator: congressman, one minute. speed i would tell you i am very concerned you continue to koret presenters of the dow's understand you are not certified or registered in the state of florida and that means you're kind of misleading people as far as your credentials and that is a big concern that i have to read we have to be truthful with people and let them know that our qualifications. but, when it comes to small business, i sat on the small business committee. every single person that comes up there, we have to give them stability with our tax code. that is what i voted on. as a matter of fact we're talking about flat tax and we cannot continue to look if we raise taxes on the top two brackets, which is something that is a big concern, 33, to 39.6. that will kill small business. will affect 2.1 million small businesses in the united states of america. that is the federation of independent businesses. we have to provide them
know. >> ifill: you start the list, to you go to mexico, every -- >> the entire north american continent. >> mali had a very good night. >> it came up several times. >> woodruff: david, it did seem to me that mitt romney had a clear strategy of not trying to get-- not only not get rattled, but to be agreeable, to be as you said a minute ago, presidential, above the fray. i think i counted at least three or four times where he said stepping back here, to take a bigger picture. >> partly he's got it distance himself frankly from the bush administration. some perception that he is republican, will get us into a lot of wars. he mentioned peace more than george mcgovern probably did in equal debates. then a lot of the swing voters are women. and he doesn't want to feel too aggressive and too hostile so he wants to feel somebody who is secure, someone you can trust. and then finallhe just wants to seem presidential. and so those were obviously the three goals and there is one thing if you give mitt romney some goals he will stick to them. >> ifill: was it me, mark or was the presiden
and a half minutes. i was born in mexico and immigrated since the age of 4. if you are reelected, senator, or if you become a senator, congressman, how will you influence these policies and their related factors? mccaskill: first, we are a nation of immigrants, but i'm a former prosecutor, and i do believe very much in enforcing the law, and i don't think anybody should be allowed to jump the line by breaking the law. so i believe it's very important we enforce those laws, particularly those employers who knowingly hire illegal imgrants. that's the -- immigrants, that's the magnet. i asked how many employers have you prosecuted for knowingly hiring illegal immigrants, taking advantage of them, cheating, not allowing their competitors to have an even playing field. and you know what? they didn't even know. they hadn't emphasized that. we have turned that corner, and now you're beginning to see a drop in illegal immigration, and part of it is because we're enforcing it with employers. on the other hand, we should be stapling a green card to any student in this country who wants to stay here
as course architect designing his first one doing so at a resort in cabo in mexico. the 14-time major champion says it will be a course that anybody of any experienced level will be able to enjoy. no word on how many more courses he wants to build and how much he's getting paid but it is costing $12 million to build. >> bill: it is costing $12 million because they have to bring the water from northern california. baja, california, it is a freaking desert. leave it alone. >> there are so many jokes i could make right now. about tiger woods. >> bill: i know. paul last night, "usa today," the fact checkers, this has been the season for fact checkers. >> i have mixed views about it myself. >> bill: you're part of it. >> i know i'm part of it. but i think sometimes we worry more about the trees and miss the forest. >> the trees are just the right height. [ laughter ] >> bill: so i just want to go through some of the ones you put out there and we'll see -- let the chips fall where they may as they say. >> fire it up. >> b
will be directly to senator mccaskill, you will go first and have one and a half minutes. >>> i was born in mexico and immigrated to the u.s. at the age of four. since then enemy family and i kept a close eye on the immigration policy. if you are reeffected, senator, or if you become a senator, congressman, how will you influence the policy and the related factors? mccaskill: first, we are a nation of immigrants but i'm a former prosecutor and i believe very much in enforcing the law. i don't think anybody should be allowed to jump the line by breaking the law. i believe it's important we enforce the law particularly against employer who knowingly hire illegal immigrants. that's the magnet. why got washington, i asked the immigration and customs enforcement agency under president bush how many employers have you prosecuting for the employers taking advantage of them. they didn't know. they hadn't every sized that. we have turned that comper and you're beginning to see a crop in ill local immigration. part that have is because we are pushing them harder on pushing the law. on the other hand we shou
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